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Shaping the future of cybersecurity - Priorities, challenges and funding opportunities for a more resilient Europe

Date: 
13/07/2021

Shaping the future of cybersecurity - Priorities, challenges and funding opportunities for a more resilient Europe

13 July 2021 I 10:00 - 17:00 CEST

Thank you for joining us on the final webinar of the series of Cyberwatching.eu Concertation Meeting.

If you want to watch it again, the recorded webinar and speakers' presentations are now available in this page.


The Horizon Europe and Digital Europe programmes present a new vision and way forward that will shape Europe’s digital future. As the COVID-19 pandemic has shown us, digital technology and infrastructure have a critical role in our private lives and business environments. The EC’s Cybersecurity strategy is a commitment to bolstering Europe's collective resilience against cyber threats and help to ensure that all citizens and businesses can fully benefit from trustworthy and reliable services and digital tools.

As the new European Commission Work Programmes are launched, this fourth Concertation Meeting for Unit H1 (Cybersecurity Technology & Capacity) will focus on the future priorities for Europe. It will provide all the details on the newly published calls and use the event to touch base with others interested in forming consortia.

A key feature of any Concertation Meeting is collaboration and cross fertilization. The event will discuss new partnership opportunities between projects based on the EU Project Radar and demonstrate results from existing clusters projects formed around market readiness levels and vertical sectors in health, energy and finance.
The workshop will also examine roadmapping activities from the Competence Centre Pilot projects which are helping shape cybersecurity policy in Europe. How will the European landscape evolve over the next 5-10 years?
Certifications and standards are an essential ingredient of the new Work Programme and will also be discussed. These are essential for the market in terms of enabling consistency among developers and serve as a reliable metric for purchasing security products or systems and creating trust in them.

The Concertation Meeting will also see the launch of the Cybersecurity Label, created by cyberwatching.eu in collaboration with SGS, the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. The label represents a consistent and trusted online resource which can help SMEs and micro-enterprises understand key concepts and create a clear path to further action to their journey towards certification landscape and language or improve compliance to regulations.
With emerging technologies, such as AI, Blockchain and IoT pushing the boundaries of existing privacy regulations, the event will also showcase how Europe’s Research and Innovation community is addressing the issue head on in a number of vertical sectors.

Target Participants:

  • EC funded projects with a focus on cybersecurity and Privacy and priority on projects funded by Unit H1
  • Policy makers and decision makers
  • Business and SMEs
  • Standardisation and certification related organisations

 

Agenda

Time (CEST)    Session

10:00 11:00

Opening Keynotes

10:00 – 10:10  Framing the workshop & its aims - Nicholas Ferguson, Trust-IT Services & Coordinator, Cyberwatching.eu Workshop Moderator
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10:10 – 10:40  Cybersecurity in Horizon Europe & Digital Europe - Monika Lanzenberger, DG Connect, European Commission
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10:40 – 11:00  The Cybersecurity label powered by Cyberwatching.eu – A lightweight path to better cybersecurity for SMEs – Lucio González Jiménez, SGS
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11:00 11:50

The EU Project Radar - Priorities, trends and clustering in the R&I landscape
Chair: Nicholas Ferguson, Trust-IT Services & Coordinator, Cyberwatching.eu

11:50  12:10

  Break

12:10  13:00

Future priorities and EU Cybersecurity Roadmaps
Chair: Sebastiano Toffaletti, European DIGITAL SME Alliance & Cyberwatching.eu

Panel discussion on roadmap activities in the landscape. Representatives Competence Centre Pilot Projects and ECSO

13:00  14:00

Lunch break 

14:00  15:20

Standards and certification for a trusted Digital Europe
Chair: Mark Miller, Conceptivity & Cyberwatching.eu

  • ECSO WG 1 Standardisation, certification and supply chain management - Roberto Cascella, ECSO - Download the presentation
  • Supporting European participation in the standardisation process – George Sharkov, European DIGITAL SME Alliance & SBS - Download the presentation
  • Linking Standardisation and Certification - Plans for the future - Chatzopoulou Argyro, TÜV TRUST IT GmbH - Download the presentation

  '35 Roundtable with panellists

15:20 - 15:40

Break

15:40 - 16:50

Privacy challenges and emerging technologies (AI, IoT, Blockchain) and how the R&I community is addressing them
Chair: Paolo Balboni, ICT Legal & Cyberwatching.eu

  • Overriding challenges in emerging technologies that need addressing – Prokopios Drogkaris, ENISA
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How the EC project community is addressing these and many other challenges

  '35 Roundtable with panellists

    16:50 - 17:00 Wrap up and main discussion points
    Nicholas Ferguson, Trust-IT Services & Coordinator, Cyberwatching.eu - Download the presentation
    17:00 Webinar close

    News

    We already know CONCORDIA WOMEN’s AWARDS winners for the RESEARCH category!

    Future Events

    The M-Sec and Fed4IoT projects will organize next Wednesday 29th of September 2021 at 09h00-11h00am CET (Brussels Time) its joint final project event on “Advanced technologies for hyper-connected societies”.

    Sister-projects, both M-Sec and Fed4IoT aimed at research, develop and test advanced technologies combining security, IoT, cloud and bigdata, and interoperable technologies of IoT devices/platforms in the context of smart cities.

    29/09/2021

    After the highly successful EuroCybersec2018 organized by Prof. Erol Gelenbe (IITIS-PAN & Lab I3S, Université Côte d’Azur), whose proceedings with Springer enjoyed over 140,000 downloads, IoTAC will organize the EuroCybersec2021 Workshop in Nice, France, chaired by Prof. Gelenbe with the help of a Program Committee of experts. The deadline for paper submissions is September 17, 2021.
    https://iotac.eu/eurocybersec2021-workshop/

     

     

    25/10/2021 to 26/10/2021